Decades of political upheaval, civil unrests, devastating health and educational crises, severe environmental degradation, and natural disasters, most recently the devastating 7.0 earthquake of January 12, 2010, have resulted in a severe lack of infrastructure in the public sector; all contributing to an overwhelming and demoralizing 85% of the people living in abject poverty. With a need to provide for their families, educate their children, and access health care, many Haitians have migrated to the United States where they have encountered great financial, educational, language, and cultural disparities. See below to read about how we focus our US efforts.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
LITERACY + ENGLISH PROGRAM
ADULT TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
HTPB reaches out to those in the community who, despite great effort and sacrifice, have found it difficult to meet the daily needs of their families. By partnering with local churches and community resources we are able to provide clothing, food, refurbished computers, and Christmas toys for those in need.